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THE S.NTEKPBISE. rf. B. SMITH. Proprietor WELLINGTON. OHIO. 1 THE CITY OF THE DEAD. They do neither plight nor wed . In the city ot the dead, b the olty where they deep wuy the hours; i But they He, while e'er them range Winter blight and summer ohauge, And hundred happy whispering ot flower. No, they ne ther W3d nor plight, And the day la like the nlgnu Far their vision la of other kind than ours. They do neither sing nor sigh " ' Ih tha bunk ol br and tar. When the streets have grasses growing, eool andloagr ' " ' ' But thef rest within tke:r bed, '' Leaving all ttelr thought unsaid, lVtcntag slleaoe better far than sob or song. , No, they neither slh nor slog, Thourn the robin be a-wing. Thecurh the teares of autumn inarch a million i strong. There la only rest and pesos In the elty of suroeese From the failings and the waitings 'Death the sunt - ' A ad the wings of the swift years Beat but gently e'er the Men, Making tauslo to the sleepers, every on. There Is only pesos and rest; But to them ttseemeth best. For they He at ease, and know that life 1 done. Richard E. Burton. LONE HOLLOW; Or, Tie Peril of tiie Penroys. Thrilling and Romantics Story of Love end Adventura Br James M. MK.iitu.t, AnTHOHor "Boocs Dill," "Fiphub Jok" asd . Otiieii Stobiks. Copyright, by tin A. X Kellojt -VM-paprr Company CHAPTER XXL OONTINVCD. It was highly necessary that he should speedily get his band into the rich colters of the lute Morgan Vaniliblo; once thus, and be (elt that bo could bid defiance to all danger. Hurriedly be walked from the spot, ac companied by the twins. Ouce more a con anltaUon was bold in tha front room of the oabtn with Mother Cabera as one of tht auditor. "It Is for the benctltof all concerned that . yon go from this place," concluded Captain Btarbright, after a long and earnest talk. "Go west, anywhere to be out ot this neighborhood." "A nice plan," cackled Mother Cabera. Tm onto your tricks, Cap's." . "Then you refuse to go'" "No, we don't," pot In Hank Cabera. Bf yoa make it pay for us to go, we'll aoond." :'' ' 1 "You know I will do that." After a little further parioy the Captain slaoed a roll of bills la the hand of the wom an, considerable sum of money, which at some future time Btarbright promised to duplicate many time. "One of you come to me again at Lone Hollow six months from this date and you ball kave money enougU to make you all faidimendeaL" answered Captain Star- brtehk' ' This teemed to be satisfactory, and the unsavory two promised to depart and re main away during the time speomea, wnen one of them would return tor the promised moner. Thus did Captain Btarbright shake the tools of his Tlllainy for the time. He was ready to repent using them, but it was too late to recede. One false step led to an other, and now the Captain was on the highway to what to bim seemed grand consummation of all his hopes, or to utter ruin. - "Now, then, to And tho will and make my self master of the Vendible million," mut tered Captain Btarbright. as h Walked hurriedly on bis return to Lone Hollow. ' CHAPTER XXIL Tim ufTii'i rain. Beckmore Gripes sat alone In hit private office one war.n day when a visitor was announced. It proved to be Captain Btar biiglit. Of course the lawyer realised that his client had come with reference to tbe missing will. ' "I have beard nothing with regard to the lost legal document," said the lawyer, smoothing his knee with the back of his band while be talked. "It's a most puzzling case, Indeed. 1 never saw any thing like it during my long legal experience, never." "What would you advise!" 'The service of a detective, perBi." Tbe Captain corrugated his brows and looked troubled, as well as thoughtful "I have but little faith In douctlves." ho Anally said. "I have a suspicion that I could point out tbe person who it at the bottom of tbe theft." "Weill" "Mr. Martha Penroy." 'Who Inherits in caso no will it found." "Certainly." " Did I not understand you to say tome time since that you had perfect confidence ia this woman and that in fact she was anxious for you to marry her daughter!" " I might bave laid all of that," returned the CapUin. " It was true four weeks ttnee, bet now " " And now!" "Wow a great change has come over tbe woman. Bbe Insists tnat no wiu was marie." "Bbe has gone to far as to order me oat f tha houae as an interloper." " That it bad," agreed the lawyer. "Bhe doesn't teem to be the weak creature you . (mAfflnnd " " Far from it, Something must be done at oooe or I am ruined. " ' The Cantain teemed really pale and con A .Heakmore Urine rurarded the floor Intently, and elowly polished bit knee with the back of hit nana. "It' V peculiar case, at I taidbofore," AnaiivwmnftMed the lawyer. "There cer tainly was a Will made, and it is exceedingly annoying that it can no oa yruuuucw. p,m m.r aid ua. If this woman n,Mui uui will throuaha second party It Is evident that she bat made sure of tude tructkm." " ' ' . "True. Tetlamnot sure that tbe bat had a band la the theft." . . Do von suspect any One elael" . v-mnvmt the Caotaln hesitated. He 4i.nrht of Lura Jovoe and ot tbe erased brother of Mr. Vendible, who slept quietly now at the bottom of the forest pooL Either f tbe two might bare spirited the will way. , And tbare was flagal, too; ha was eertainly none too good a friend: yet mbat snoUve be could have tbe Capw!n woe un able to surmise. '.Taoawia partfcAr." iW S::r- Btarbrigbt "I have enemies, however, and itta possible that tome of them are at tempting to ruin me. l woum give too thousand dollars to get hold of that will once more. Mrs. Penroy knows that no will has been probated. he Imagines none was made, and unless something is done at once to prevent, the will institute proceed ings for a settlement of the estate in ber favor. Bhe has threatened it." For some time Mr. Gripes remained lost In thought. "Bhe will undoubtedly visit the city to consult tomo legal authority," he finally said. "If you could manage to sena nor to me every thing would be well." "Possibly I might do win." "I think that would be the surest way out of the diffluulty," said Mr. Gripes. Tha Cuntain came to hit feet. "i will endeavor to send ber to you," he aaldt elowly.' "Firsti however, I a nan an nounce to her thtt the wm it ra ooun, reau to be probated, and, if possible, prevent her make. This it their weapon, now onen glve and defensive; They think lo delend themselves against cowDoys and othor bad men and also to kill deer, elk, bears and i. W Uam nmm VnW at woman wno passeu in m no "Mr. Gripes, the great lawyer, I 'epose," said the woman, at the confronted tbe law- " My name ui unpes, uut l ku hu, w&v any more caiwe junt now," roturnod he, noting with keen precision that hit visitor was poorly clad, and evidently from the lower walks of life. He wat courteoua enough to show her a chair, however. She made no move to be seated. "I've got aoa.to 'at you maybe willing to look at anyhow," proceeded the woman. "I reckon -ou're Cap'n Btarbright' t law yer, haiu'tvoul" 'Ho sometimes employs me." "Hain't you'n him got Into trouble lately kind of a muss like over the Lone Hollow property I" - "Madam, please come at another timo," grunted Mr. Orlpen, with manifest impa tience. "Mebuc, now, you wouldn't give tome- Shod row from tlie lows oi ner aress a Inrirn lecal enrelone and bold it toward the lawvor. Ho took it mechanically, drew forth its content, a folded sheet ol legal cap, and then, as ne giancou ui mo mv page, started and starea ot me woman m evident perplexity aua surprise. " Wuth any thing! ' questioned lue woman, "Something. Where did you find UI" "In the woods, on the ground, where a rraiv follow'd dronocd IU furl see him look- in' at it putty cioso jes aiore iuwuu up." "Indeed '" Mr. Gripes thrust his hand into bit pocket and drew forth several wocet of tilver. Ht held these toward tbe woman. : 8be lifted her vail then and regarded the weaiea-faced lawyer with a contemptuous sneer. We havo seen this woman before Mother Cabera. of Haninnan's Gulch. She had nurohasrd a new outfit, however, and seemed less filthy than when we last looked upon her parchment countenance. "It's wuth more," the said, harshly. ' "How muohf" "Give me a hundred dollars. I don't sur render valyble papers lilt this fur nothln' short of that figure." "Bee here, madam, if I did the proper thins it would be to put you under arrest for stealing this paper. I dont propose to , compound a felony by rewarding you for it. "But I didn't steal It" "Not a word. Go, or I'll put you under ar rest," retorted Soekmore Gripes, sternly. Mother Cabera realized that the had told out "dirt cheao." Bhe bad permitted the paper to go out ot her hands, and now it was too late to make demands. Aocspupg tho paltry reward, the turned and shuffled from the room, dropping bar vail at the did so. " Bo," muttered Beekmore Gripes, at he went to the window and examined tbe pre cious document, "Thi wat atolenbytbat old woman for the purpose of extorting moner. Bhe dkln't make a fortune out of me, the poor fooL It takea somebody mighty tharp to get the tlartoi Beeamoro Grinea." Ha chuckled at (ha last, and then made preparation! ti go out, teoretiog the will on bit person. A little later he might bave been teen driving out of tha city on tha road leading nast Lone Hollow. In the meantime CapUin Btarbright drove swiftly from the city, and a littlepatt noon baited at the gate next ma ttaniea ai Lone Hollow. Boon tbe atable-boy grinned at bun from the open door ot tha stable. Here yon, Bam," called tha Captain In a peremptory voice, "put out my horse, rub 'em down and feed well at soon at they are cool." The darkey only grinned without mov- insr. " Aren't you coming, yon black rascal!" demanded Captain Btarbright, angrily. "Deed. Can'n. miittt laid I watnt to norm it your bosses In de ttablet again," finally articulated tha black boy, tbe grin fadinir from bit face wben be taw tha wrath gathering in the countenance ot the Captain. "fot to permit my norses iniucaosiaoiesi your mistress said thatr" "Docd the did, Cap'n." "Miss OraceV "No. Can'n i Mistit Penroy." "We'll tee about that," muttered tbe anirrv Laotoln under nit Droatn. -juts. Penroy shows her nana eariy." He sDrunii to the s-raund and wont about caring for hit animals with bit own bands. Bam taid nothing, although he realized that he wat lust now between two Ores, a pe tition not enviable by any meant. 'Now. vou black rascal, you can go I" thundered Captain Btarbright, turning fiercely upon the stable boy. "I am master here, and, since you refuse to obey me, I'll employ you no longer." At the tpeaker reached out to seize the black boy by the collar that Individual dart ed away and scampered to the rear of tbe house, thus eluding lor tne time tne nana oi punishment With frowning crow iaptain Dutrungni, strode toward the house, only to meet Louis Flngal on the veranda. The young hunter wat tmiling and apparently In a pleasant mood, which fact annoyed tho Cap tain more man a irowu woum nave uuua. "That boy seems to oroat my path every where!" wat the mental ejaculation ol the Caputs. . . . M mm "What are you doing nerei" aemanaea Btarbright, In a curt tone. "lam a privileged character," answered Flngal. "I might with more propriety put the tame query to you." ' CapUin BUrbrlght was boiling beneath the surface. He had been crossed to many timet that now he wat fast losing hit tem per. "Confound you I " he taid, hoarsely. " I believe you are leagued against me with that woman, but" ' "Jutt a word," Interrupted tho Imper turbable young hunter. "How about the strange gentleman who frightened you to ia Btoneneid a few dsyt since t You re member him!" "No." "Tho fellow that tttrod c ut through THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, MA 15 t&ft. The Oldest Furniture Store in Town, 6 ' ; .. 1 r .1 '. " "! I the window. . Surely you haven't forgotten that." ' . "No. He hod escaped from an insane asylum. His look wot enough to frighten anybody," and tbe Captain forced a laugh. " You mot him again i "Yes. A dangeroua lunntlo whom I turned over to tbo proper authorities. He Is now iu an asylum from wlilcn ho is not likoly to Chcape soon." : . v rv.r. "Now, Captain burorignt, uo you expeot me to boiieve-thatl " .. , Flngal bent forward and pierced the guilty CapUin with eyes of iteaL A throb of alarm swept to the vlllaiu't heart; " I do not care " "But I do." interrupted the youth, stern ly. "Tbe blood of Karl Vandible cries out from the ground for Justloe on hit murder- r " Ha, do you accuse me H I " I accuse you ot murder," hissed FingaL The next Instant a set ot digit closed about the young hunter's throat," and ha was foroed backward, gasping tor breath. CHAPTER XXI1L vhs widows panAHoa. AU tbe evil passions of CapUin Bur bright's nature mastered him at that mo ment Both man had made a mistake. Pis- gal In accusing the CapUin of murder, ana the latter in resenting tha accusation a ha '(aid. Console us guilt, however, made the In vain Flngal struggled unaor tne ter rible grip of BUrbrlght He wat as a babe In the hands of a giant. He could not evea nrv out for heln. and had not a third person appeared on the scene at that moment the angry caputn might nave pei-pou-atea mur der then and there. " As Flngal was sinking down helplessly adooroDened and tome one appeared on the veranda, a man who, taking In the elt uatlon at a glance, sprang at one W the rescue and tore tbe euragod CapUin from hit victim. When BUrbrlght faced about he found himself confronted by Austin Wentword, tho Btoneflold mechanic. Tbe two had not come in contact in many weeks, not since the scene In the grove where they collided with what would have been faUl resulu but for the Interference of Louis Fmiral, who, as it will be remenv bored, savod tho Captain's life at that time. To-day the mechanic had mot Grace Pon roy and' a reconciliation had taken place, all f which had been brought aoout tnrougn (he good offices ot the young hunter and Lura Joyce. The latter, howover, bad ab sented herself from Lor.e Hollow since ber narrow escape from death nt the bands ot CapUin BUrbrlght " Did you mean to muruortne noyi-ow manded Wentword, sternly, as be faced tbe CapUin. " He insulted me. I meant to punisn mm for insolence." Finiral. looking pale and weak, leaned against a post and regarded the two mea without speaking. M Ton are a miserable coward," declared the indignant Wentword. "I have a notion to thrash you blind." "I think you had better lot the job out," sneered BUrbrlght, at he laid hit band on the butt of a revolver that protruded from his hip pocket This movemont wat ooservaa py nngai, who cried : " Draw a weapon, Captain, and it wui ne worse for yoa." Then the rattle of wheels ion on tne ears of alL A oarriagt halted in front of the great mansion, and a little, thin old man alighted. CapUin Btaronght at once rewgDiioa hit Uwver from btoneflold. Something of importance oust have sent him here to soon after hia interview with hit client The CapUin wat at once anxious to be rid of the two men, and to, forcing a ktuga, he sift , ' ' "I wat angry, gentlemen. I beg your pardon tor what bat occurred. I hop wa may be friends hereafter." ' Then he actualir neia out a nana wwara FinraL The vounf hunter disdainfully re fused the proffer of friendship. Plucking the tleeve of the mechanic be led him dowa tbe steps, and tbe twain hurried away with out attempting to continue tbe conversa- WUUi , "I should Uke to know what bring that sneaking lawyer here just now," taid Flngal, after they bad passed into toe roaa. "The Captain employs mm, eviaenuy.-. "Evidently, and but the scheme of that man must be thwarted. I have learned something of tbe utmost importance during tbe last few days. I think that scoundrel will hear something drop before he la many day older." - "What have too pianneoi " "Thtt, to place a detective In the house in the person of Lura Joyce." Then you have seen ner, and Know mat the itill bvest" "I bare. Bh will help ut to thwart the evil Captain and tave the Penroys. Ot oourat, Grace can not be deceived by him further." i "No, I have found her true at steeL and determined to assert her righU" In the meantime CapUin BUrbrlght and Beekmore Gripes met on the veranda. The Captain taw that in tbe face ot hit lawyer that told him to expect good newt. "The will hat been found." This, then, was the good news that brought Mr. Gripes so swiftly to Lone Hollow. Tbe two men consulted for a short time on the veranda. " Mrs. Penrov ha not ret attempted to carry out ber threat" proceeded the Cap Uin, after a short consultation. "Would it not be best for you to show her the will and explain tbe situstlonl it may save oonsia- erable trouble In the future." "You are right, CapUin," agreed tha lawvor. "I will tee Mre. Penroy. Letua hoDe that the may be sensible. In any event the can only cause deity and trouble, without affecting tho result Ism satisfied now that the had nothing to do with stealing the will. It was simply the act of a common thief for the hope of reward." ' Tbit wat a keen relief to Captain BUr- br'.ght who had no Idea that the woman who had returned tbe will to Lawyer Oripea was Mother Cabera, who be supposed many miles away by this time. . Mrs. Penroy hsd just taken a sniff from her gold tnuff-box wben Beekmore Gripes was announced. ' t '.) . "I am come, madam." he said, In bit keen, business Bk voice, " to seek an ad justment of the affairs of your late la mented father. The will that 1 had tha honor of drawing before Mr. Vandiblo died,. and which was loft In my care, hss not been yet read to the heirs at law. The delay bat beewunavoidable', but I am ture yoa will overlook it, since I find the busineat affairs of the deceased in a somewhat mixed condition." He caressed hisknoo with the back of hit hand, and regarded a dlsUnt object fixed lv. his bald head moving up and down as he talked. When he paused she mad no reply, end then he drew forth a large envelope and proceeded to unfold IU con- tenU. ' "This is tho last will and testament c vour lamented father-" ' ' " I thought he left no wilt," Mrs. Penroy interrupted at tbit polut . "It steins a Utile strange that so many weeks ; have without IU being produced." "I can explain that satisfactorily," pro ceeded Mr. Gripes. "Ton WiU pli ttstcn V the reading ot tha wJU." Bhe made no objection, and to he read tbe document Which left the Vandible miiuoa to Grace Penroy, provided thai tne marnea, Clinton Surbrighlaud lived to reach ber majority. In case of her death before com ing of age, or ber refusal to become Mrs. BUrbrlght, then the property reverted to the CapUin. v Although Mrs. Penroy was not one of the brightest women In the world, this clause amused her suspicions. Bhe believed she saw a chance to break the will, even ehould1 she fail to prove that the tignature was a forgery. She was com nlo nut with. Cantain BUrbrlght now, and determined on securing the wealth left hr hr fnthnr for herself . "Dooe Grace know of the contents of that paper," asked the widow, nervously parti ins- oi a Dinoa 01 auuu. ... "Not yet I expect to read it w ner at onoe." .. . "Your manner of proceeding teems w aa mtwAinn.' asserted Mm. Penroy; "I shall not submit to' be disinherited, by a forgedwill,' .. . ...., . "Madam, nave a care," unerou " rlina. warhinfflr. ' '" o-f . .. "in. a fonrerv. and I can prove uv nxr- era ted the faded Udy with nervous nliDil, . "Madam, I would advise you to proceed in atenslblt manner. Bo far as I am con cerned! hart noparsoiiaUa'ere In tola matter, put I drew up this document m liwal manner, and witnessed the signature of Morgan Vandible. It can not be broken on m annh smund aa vou Imaelne, Of course you are able to make trouble and much cost, without result to yourself. It wa weU understood that the old gentleman tn loam all hia nronertV to hit -..jonikinr this ia susceptible ol n. ...-v.--0 , , a i u that mMF la a fortrerr." inter rupted Mrs. Penroy. becoming exoltod and warm. "I will not tubmlt to be robbed by CapUin BUrbrlght and an avancloue law- Having had 36 competitors and still lives. Furniture of all designs can be had at our rooms at living prices Undertaking attended to with the usual promptness, accompanied by a Funeral Director. HIT AJHTCr -A. A. G. & G. L. COUGH. mr." Then the flounced up and began to pace the room. Th. .molt irAnn five of Mr. Gripes re- .r.ni. hnr ahnmlv. ' Knowing as ho did i,nt. tha will was for zed he realized the imnirih of Mrs. Penroy s case. At that .n..t tha wilv fallow was strongly lUUUJfc U - tump ted to assume her side of tho case and leave the Infamous Captain In tbe lurch. The dishonorable part of the transaction nni a anmndarv consideration with him, it was lucre that influenced his soul entirely. "No, sir!" cried tbe excited woman, paus ing at length In front of the lawyer, and shaking her bony hand within an Inch of his hooked nose. "I will not submit to being robbed of my inherlUnoe by you and tbe CapUin. This property is mine, mm a will fight for my nghu to the death. Don't you dare attempt to probaw that will! I can prove that the name of Vaadlblo was forged to it ana tnat wiu rum you no Captain both." Such proof would inaeeo. ruin mom. fwirmnre Grloes made no further at- turn nt to concihaM the angry woman, but maa and taid: ' ' "This Da ner will be advertised for pro bate to-morrow, and I hope you will tee tht folly of tttempting to break it oewre in three weeks' eubllo notice it up." Then he went from tbe room to meet uap- tain BUrbrlght who wat watting hit dom ing most anxiously. Tho lawyer related hots Mrs. Penroy bad received hit well- meant arivina. Can it possible that abe knows wbereol the asstrtol" queried the CapUin, uneasily. "I think not It is barely possible, how ever, tbat the young lady made a discovery when the rushed in on us tnai nvai najni to unexpectedly, aa you of course remenv ber." " How could mat Dei" "Well, tome people have s Warper eyes than we oredit them with," proceeded, the. lawyer. 'Mist Penroy entered the sick chamber just as ner granaiatner expiree, and at that time, you will Mtnember, the will was unsigned." "I had forgotten, but now that you speak of it I do remember that such was tbe fact, yet I do not believe Graco knew tbat tht old man was dead, or that the will was un signed," declared CapUin Slurbrlght " Possibly not. " Do vou Imaelne sol" "Ido."wih a wise shake of the head. Depend on it, CapUin, you have both mother and daughter to fight andthould they be successful your character would b able to keen you out of the penitentiary " But there it no chance lor weir success. Grace would be a fool to throw away a fort une -" " Per haot." The two men left the bouse together, the CaoUln laborlns under Intense excitement The Penrov. mother and daughter, teemed to be in league against him, and among me unknown Quantities were Autua wenv word, the hunter Fingal and that witch Lura Jovoe. who. aa the Captain now real ized, was alive and working to thwart his schemes. TO CONTINCBD.J A FORTUNATE MORTAL. Tha Maa Whe Knows How to Get Along with Every Hody. 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